As much as Marvel’s Netflix Jessica Jones made it clear from the get-go the series wasn’t interested in a traditional costumed superhero approach, Jessica formed a memorable style all her own, with few deviations throughout the 13 episodes. Now, costume designer Stephanie Maslansky explains the process of Jessica Jones’ look, as well if the character actually owned more than one outfit.
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Last we heard, Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg wasn’t sure if Marvel considered Season 2 in the cards, given an imminent Defenders shoot, not to mention Daredevil Season 2, Luke Cage and Iron Fist in between. Now, Krysten Ritter offers some small hope, also previewing what the big team-up will look like from her character’s reluctant end.
The Bechdel test has long been a barometer for the quality and prevalence of female characters in fiction, often cited when we discuss the discrepancy of women in meaningful roles in film and television. In a superficial sense, Jessica Jones and Carol don’t have much in common — aside from strong women in leading roles, thoughtful narratives and fantastic performances — yet both of these stories not only serve as living and breathing examples of earning an A+ on the Bechdel test, but of going a step further by defying the basic, antiquated conventions that necessitated the test in the first place.
We’ve already taken shots in ‘Jessica Jones’ honor, as one of Marvel’s greatest, darkest achievements, but before your own binge, get answers to some of Jessica Jones‘ most burning questions with our spoilery FAQ review of the first seven episodes!
Netflix’s ‘Jessica Jones’ gives us the world’s first super-horror, as well as Marvel’s most terrifying, tense and raw action yet. Our early review, before all 13 episodes hit streaming on November 20!
Just around this stretch of time before Daredevil hit Netflix, Marvel fans’ interest piqued for the live-action take on Matt Murdock’s beloved red suit. Granted, Jessica Jones doesn’t have quite the same following with her original costumed comic identity as “Jewel,” does Netflix’s next Defender series intend to suit up Krysten Ritter after all?
Sweet Christmas, if ever we thought Marvel’s Netflix Jessica Jones to be holding out on us, the newest Defender goes all out by her second official trailer. Hell’s Kitchen’s booziest superhero smashes through an action-packed new sneak peek of Marvel’s next venture, giving us a taste of the franchise’s darkest, deepest chapter yet.
Marvel’s Netflix Jessica Jones has had something of an unorthodox rollout toward its November 20 premiere, only debuting its first official trailer last month, with a handful of photos preceding it. Now, Netflix’s next Defender peels back the veil just a bit more, dropping dozens of new photos of Marvel’s Purple Man, Hellcat, Luke Cage and more!
Netflix’s online streaming portal has given rise to a number of early leaks of its original series, from entire House of Cards Season 3 episodes to Daredevil’s red suit, and Jessica Jones may yet prove the latest casualty. The full roster of episode titles and synopses have made their way online, so spoil Netflix’s next Defender, if you dare.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones finally lifted the veil on its second Netflix Defender by the first trailer, though Doctor Who star David Tennant’s menacing Zebediah Kilgrave kept largely to the shadows. Now, the so-called “Purple Man” literally takes center stage in a new photo, along with a revised Netflix synopsis.